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Deprogramming Law and Econ

March 21, 2024

12:00 pm - 1:15 pm

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WCC; 4059 Room

Have you ever wondered why Law & Economics became so prominent? Why efficiency and other neoclassical economic concepts are so popular in your doctrinal classes? What assumptions these concepts are based on and what alternatives we have?

Join the Law and Political Economy Association with guest speakers from the Center for Popular Economics to discuss these topics at Deprogramming Law & Economics. Food will be provided! Please RSVP at the link below

This event is part of a broader series of events hosted by the LPE Student Association. Each year the LPE Student Association asks professors and speakers to give hourlong lunchtime talks with a critical lens on how the law is shaped by, and in turn shapes, who has and does not have political and economic power. Our goal is to give students strategies and intellectual structures to challenge status quo systems of power in the 1L curriculum and to imagine what a legal curriculum that achieves racial, economic, and social justice would look like.

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March 21, 2024, 12:00 pm - 1:15 pm

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